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Old 07-16-2010, 06:50 AM   #21
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Buck 119-circa 1984. Truck knife.

Rostfrei German hunting knife...circa 1960's-70's. Stays beside the bed.

Tons of cheap $5 Firefighter folders...use 'em until the Firefighter name wears off, by that time they've had it anyway

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Old 07-22-2010, 12:36 AM   #22
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I like & have used many knives through out my life.
Even wore out a few.

I always have a pocket knife or two on me to help with my daily chores. Give me a good USA blade. I like them all; tactical, lock, fixed, serrated blade, tanto blade, etc.

If I had to pick just one, give me a W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Co. knife.
When it comes to pocket knives I'm a traditionalist. To me, nothing compares to that classic American pocket knife design; Stockman, Trapper, Peanut, Congress, etc.

I believe I feel so strongly about traditional pocket knives is because my 1st knife given to me, at age 8 (I'm 45 now), by my dad was a Case. Although I've retired that same knife to my displayed collection in the living room years ago it's still usable and very sharp even after Hell & back.

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Old 08-19-2010, 09:49 PM   #23
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what is everyone's favorite brand of company made knife?
the walther allied forces tactical knife is my favorite. I display it in the glass case that came with my 75th anniversary walther ppk.
My father-in-law (rip) collected good knives, so i have a dozen or more to play with.

I carry a three blade camillus for everyday use.

My grandson got his great grandpa's 60 yr old boyscout knife still in the wax paper & original box for his birthday this yr.

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I really like, Leatherman, gerber, and buck.......but my favorite knife is Cutco!

I've found that my cutco knife is very sharp, durable and comes with a lifetime guarantee. customer service is also top notch!

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I like Cold Steel although I do think they are a lot $$$.

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Benchmade
Cold Steel Carbon V tanto
Spyderco Native non-serrated in S30V steel
Kershaw
CRKT blade lock (not made any more)
Microtech

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Frost Cutlery/ Scottish Sgian Dubh. Picked one up at the Highland games a couple years ago, and it's been all I could have wanted out of a sheath knife.

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Bark River Knife & Tool

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Sorry for the extra post, but the Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife is the sexiest and deadliest knife I have ever seen. Probably my favorite knife of all time, I just don't have one.

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Frost Cutlery/ Scottish Sgian Dubh. Picked one up at the Highland games a couple years ago, and it's been all I could have wanted out of a sheath knife.
I have always wand a Sgain Bubh, However, I dont look good in a kilt and my
tartan is a bit shabby.
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